Trapper Peak Winery

About

At Trapper Peak Winery, our mission is to produce affordable wines of impressive quality in the great state of Montana. We strive to fuse the inherent qualities of California grapes with the essence and charm of Big Sky Country. Rising atop the valley, at an elevation of 10,157 feet, is the Trapper Peak for which our winery is named. Our beautiful valley is blessed with plentiful fertility and mild weather, perfect for cellaring the wines we enjoy so much.

Location Description

Our winery is located in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, right on the continental divide.

Features

  • Making fine wines.

Additional Information

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Average Bottle Price

$ 15

History

Keith has always maintained a delicate balance between that vineyard in California and his love of the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. In 2004, Keith founded the Trapper Peak Winery, bonded and headquartered in the great state of Montana. The Mt. St. Helena Vineyard continues to produce 159 acres of world class grapes from California, while cellaring and aging take place in the bucolic Bitterroot Valley. The results are sumptuous wines that we think you’ll agree take the fullest advantage of the California growing climate and good old Western sensibility in the winemaking process. The best of both worlds? We certainly think so.

The Team

Keith Smith, Proprietor:

A fourth generation farmer whose roots reach back to 19th century Kansas, Keith has above all a respect for farming and growing the best grapes. His father, Rudy Smith, started the family vineyard at Mt. St. Helena in California. In 1988, the torch was passed on to Keith to watch over and cultivate the grapes.

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Address

75 Cattail Lane
Darby, Montana 59829
United States

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